Organised in partnership with BSG and Rosetrees Trust
This two-day event will be taking place at Park Inn by Radisson York City Centre, and will be delivered by the BSG Research Committee partnering with the Rosetrees Trust's Physics of Medicine network. The meeting aims to explore the interplay of diet, environment and multi-omics in driving the epidemiological evolution of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), bringing together clinicians, physical scientists, chemists, biologists, mathematicians and engineers to explore advances in the field from an interdisciplinary perspective. There will also be opportunities for networking over the course of two days.
This workshop represents one of a series of interdisciplinary workshops funded by the Rosetrees Trust – as part of the Physics of Medicine Network award and is part of the wider UKRI-funded Physics of Life Network.
Who should attend?
We invite participation by academic, industrial and clinical scientists in the UK and abroad who are interested in the central goal of generating new collaborative research interaction at the physics/life sciences interface focussed on understanding inflammatory bowel disease.